Aaron E. Carroll, The New York Times | Tuesday October 6, 2015
After I wrote a column in May on the potential health benefits of coffee, the No. 1 request I got was to look into the potential benefits or harms of tea.
Nick Bilton, The New York Times | Tuesday October 6, 2015
If Dorsey pulls off a turnaround, he may also be able to repair his own image, which has taken some hits over the years.
World News | Jack Healy, Mike Mcintire and Julie Turkewitz, The New York Times | Tuesday October 6, 2015
When a downstairs neighbor of Laurel Harper learned there was a gunman on the loose at Umpqua Community College here, he ran up to tell her, knowing that her son, Christopher Harper-Mercer, was a student there. Like other parents, Harper started to set out in desperate search for her son, fearing he could be hurt.
Ketan Pratap | Tuesday October 6, 2015
Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL Windows 10 Mobile smartphones are likely to be the stars of Microsoft's Tuesday event in New York City.
World News | Michael Barbaro, The New York Times | Tuesday October 6, 2015
The aging actress Kim Novak, a megastar of 1950s cinema, was a near-recluse when friends urged her to take a chance and appear at the Academy Awards last year.
World News | Katie Rogers, The New York Times | Tuesday October 6, 2015
An entrepreneur said she wanted to create an app that would allow people to be reviewed, the way restaurants or vacation spots are, and you'll never believe what happened next.
Nathaniel Popper, The New York Times | Tuesday October 6, 2015
The twins announced on Monday that they had received approval from the New York State Department of Financial Service.
Health | Aaron E. Carroll, The New York Times | Tuesday October 6, 2015
After I wrote a column in May on the potential health benefits of coffee, the No. 1 request I got was to look into the potential benefits - or harms - of tea.
World News | Kim Barker and Nate Schweber, The New York Times | Tuesday October 6, 2015
Jennifer Berry, accused of throwing her newborn from a seventh-floor Bronx apartment, was considered soft-spoken by her peers and had worked for a number of social service agencies.
Indians Abroad | Press Trust of India | Monday October 5, 2015
In one of the largest philanthropic gifts by a member of the Indian-American community, a couple has donated USD 100 million to New York University's engineering school, which will now be renamed after them in recognition of its gift.
John Markoff, The New York Times | Monday October 5, 2015
The advance, based on a way to connect ultrathin wires to nanotubes, makes it possible to shrink wires without increasing electrical resistance.
Press Trust of India | Monday October 5, 2015
Joshna Chinappa had a giant-killing run in the New York Open Squash tournament but her giant-killing run was halted in the semi-finals.
India News | David Barstow and Suhasini Raj, The New York Times | Monday October 5, 2015
The vigilantes from Save the Cow sprang into action the moment they heard a rumor that a cow's slaughtered remains had been found near an electrical transformer looming over the heart of this village. They quickly raised the alarm through text messages and phone calls. A local Hindu priest was asked to alert villagers from his temple loudspeaker.
World News | Nicholas Fandos, The New York Times | Monday October 5, 2015
President Barack Obama had some fatherly counsel for his 17-year-old daughter Malia recently, even as he admitted she might not listen to him.
World News | N.R. Kleinfield, Russ Buettner, David W. Chen and Nikita Stewart, The New York Times | Sunday October 4, 2015
They have become one of the most notorious and alarming stripes of evil. People who, when you think back, seemed off. Didn't dress right. Kept to themselves. Were nursing a bitterness that smoldered inside of them.
Press Trust of India | Sunday October 4, 2015
Joshna Chinappa faced a tough match against Egyptian Salma Hany to enter the semi-finals of the New York open squash tournament.
World News | The New York Times, Alissa J. Rubin | Sunday October 4, 2015
A crowded hospital in the embattled city of Kunduz that treats war wounded came under attack Saturday, and the U.S. military acknowledged that it may have killed 19 patients, staff members and others at the facility while firing on insurgents nearby.
World News | Andrew E Kramer, The New York Times | Saturday October 3, 2015
In just a few days of engagement, the small military force Russia has deployed to its new base in Syria has scored outsized political and diplomatic gains. For its first combat mission in the Middle East since the breakup of the Soviet Union, the Russian Defense Ministry said it had sent about 50 aircraft and about 2,000 marines to the base, along ...
Press Trust of India | Saturday October 3, 2015
The precious metal, after five sessions of losses, recovered 2.1 per cent to $1,136.60 an ounce in New York yesterday as the US payrolls rose less than expected in September and wages stagnated, weakening the case for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates this year.
World News | Jack Healy and Ian Lovett, the New York Times | Saturday October 3, 2015
Christopher Harper-Mercer was withdrawn and quiet as he grew up in southern California, spending most of his time indoors at his mother's apartment and deflecting neighbors when they asked him how he was doing, or why he always wore the same outfit of combat boots and green Army pants.
World News | Andrew Adam Newman, The New York Times | Friday October 2, 2015
According to the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, a nonprofit medical association, beard transplants grew from 1.5 percent of all hair restoration procedures performed internationally in 2012 to 3.7 percent in 2014.
Michael D. Shear and David M. Herszenhorn, The New York Times | Friday October 2, 2015
The opening of negotiations, which started this week with a closed-door meeting of senior White House and Capitol Hill staff members, came as Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew warned Thursday that the United States would exhaust its ability to borrow on Nov. 5 if lawmakers refuse to increase the amount of money the government can legally borrow.
Alex Williams, The New York Times | Friday October 2, 2015
The Quadruple Tourbillon is not only the signature watch of Greubel Forsey, one of the world's most exclusive watchmakers, based in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, it is also one of the rarest current-production timepieces.
World News | Dirk Vanderhart, Kirk Johnson, Julie Turkewitz, The New York Times | Friday October 2, 2015
A 26-year-old man opened fire on a community college campus here in a rampage that left 10 people dead and seven wounded and turned this rural stretch of southern Oregon into the latest American locale ravaged by a mass shooting.